Your Life, Your Voice
Kind of Activity:
Students will understand an important turning point in Emma’s life, and learn tools to begin their own self-reflection practice.
Common Core Standards:
One of the most critical, and relatable, lessons of Emma is that without understanding ourselves, we cannot truly begin to be generous toward others. First, have students discuss in small groups the turning point in Emma’s life, when she realizes she has made a huge error in judgment and manners, acting maliciously toward Miss Bates. Pose some guiding questions for the groups: What led Emma...
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